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  • Houston Car Accidents

  • Added By :Anthony Denena
    Category : Accident Claims Law
    Article Id: 517
    Added On : 2016-10-14
    Views : 130
  • According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 79,573 people were seriously injured in Texas car accidents and 3,015 people lost their lives in wrecks across the state. All in all, a car accident takes place every 83 seconds in Texas and a Texan is injured in a car accident once every 2.5 minutes. If you fall victim to one of these accidents, you’ll need a Houston car accident lawyer.

    It can be difficult to comprehend such large numbers of injuries, but think of it this way: each of the tens of thousands of car accident victims mentioned above went through the shock and terror of a crash, the pain of the medical procedures, and the confusion of understanding what caused the wreck. Each most likely worried about money, their job, and supporting their family. Each probably missed work or struggled with long-term physical and mental issues related to the crash. Each wondered whether they should contact a personal injury attorney in the aftermath of their accident.

     

    Do You Need A Houston Auto Accident Attorney?

    For victims and their families, a car wreck often creates physical and emotional pain as well as financial hardship. It is vital for these injury victims to understand that Texas law allows victims to recover damages for losses and damages incurred in a car crash, including medical bills, lost wages, property damage. The Houston auto accident lawyers at Denena Points represent car accident victims throughout the area and fight hard to recover the greatest possible damages for their clients.

    Our Houston car accident lawyers, Tony Denena and Chad Points, are Board Certified in personal injury trial law by The Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Our lawyers are experienced in Houston car accident lawyer cases, and everything that is involved during the process. After collecting the evidence of your case, determining your best options for legal action, and involving you in our process, we will work tirelessly to get our clients justice, whether that involves a private settlement or a trip to the courthouse. We pride ourselves in never acting as a “settlement mill.” We are not afraid to take your case to trial and go the extra mile to do what is right for our clients.

     

    How Texas Car Wrecks Happen – And What You Should Do Next

    Proving who caused your auto accident and why your crash occurred is absolutely central to your Texas car accident claim. Many car accidents are caused by a driver’s negligence. Some common examples of negligence include:

    • Speeding:  Individual drivers decide whether or not to obey the stated speed limit. Police departments do not consistently enforce the speed limit, nor can they catch every incidence of speeding. People who drive over the stated speed limit often end up causing accidents that result in significant injuries;
    • Distracted driving: Anything that takes a driver’s attention away from driving with reasonable care can be a distraction. Common distractions include talking or texting on cell phones, arguing with passengers, and being drowsy behind the wheel;
    • Drunk driving: It is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content above 0.08%. Drunk driving accidents can cause significant and fatal injuries; and
    • Reckless driving: Swerving in and out of traffic or changing lanes without looking can cause serious accidents, as can other dangerous maneuvers, extremely high speeds, and a disregard for traffic laws and the safety of others.

    It is important to understand, however, that the causes of car accidents can vary greatly – or that more than one person or entity could be at fault. Poor road design, weather, company policies, or city negligence can all play a role in car accident and injury cases. Even if you believe the cause of a traffic accident is clear, you should confirm who was at fault with the local authorities and with a Houston car accident lawyer.